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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Sixty-first Annual Report
of the
SUPERINTENDENT OF
INSURANCE
1972
(Business Transacted in 1971)
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1973
  To the Honourable John Robert Nicholson, P.C., O.B.E., Q.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Sixty-first Annual Report of
the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ended December 31, 1971.
ALEXANDER B. MACDONALD
A ttorney-General
Victoria, B.C., September 30, 1972.
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Report of Superintendent of Insurance     7
List as at June 30, 1972—
Insurers Licensed  10
Fraternal Benefit Societies Licensed Under the Insurance Act  36
Underwriters' Agencies Licensed  3 7
Reciprocal Exchanges Granted Permits  37
Societies (Incorporated Under the Societies Act) Licensed Under the
Insurance Act  37
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees—
The British Columbia Insurance Company  38
British Columbia Life & Casualty Company  40
British Columbia Motorist Insurance Company  42
The British Columbia Plate Glass Insurance Company  45
Fraser Valley Mutual Insurance Co.   47
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Company  49
The Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia  51
Pacific Coast Fishermen's Mutual Marine Insurance Company  53
Roberts Mutual Fire Insurance Company  55
Seaboard Life Insurance Company  57
Westco Insurance Company  61
Tables
Life Insurance—
I. Business of 1971  63
II. Summary, 1967-71  68
Fraternal Societies—
III. Business of 1971  69
Property Insurance—
IV. Business of 1971  70
V. Summary, 1967-71  73
Reciprocal Exchanges—
VI. Business of 1971  73
Automobile Insurance—
VII. Business of 1971  74
VIII. Summary, 1967-71  77
Miscellaneous Classes of Insurance—
IX. Business of 1971  78
X. Summary, 1967-71  8 8
  Report of the Superintendent of Insurance
Department of Insurance,
Victoria, B.C., September 16, 1972.
The Honourable Alexander B. Macdonald, Q.C.,
Attorney-General, Victoria, B.C.
Sir: Pursuant to the Insurance Act, I beg to submit the Sixty-first Annual
Report of the Department of Insurance covering the year ended December 31, 1971.
At that date 333 insurers were licensed under the Act to transact business.
The following summary indicates the origin of the insurers, how many hold only
Provincial licences, and how many had Federal registry in addition to a Provincial
licence:
Where Incorporated
Provincial
Licence
Federal
Registry
Total
10
12
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14
97
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97
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2
Holland  .              	
India        	
New Zealand 	
3
United States  	
131
Tnt-1- —   -          	
30
303
333
The comparative figures are for 1970, 328, and 1969, 317.
Ten new insurers were licensed during the year. These are as follows: Aetna
Casualty Company of Canada, Argonaut Insurance Co., Employers Reinsurance
Corporation, Excess Insurance Co. Ltd., Fort Life Insurance Co., Netherlands Reinsurance Group N.V., Pitts Insurance Co., Pitts Life Insurance Co. of Canada, and
Union Fidelity Life Insurance Co.
Five insurers ceased to transact business in the Province during the year. These
are as follows: American Casualty Co. of Reading, Penn.; Lombard Insurance
Office; London and Scottish Assurance Corporation; Transportation Insurance Co.;
and Universal Reinsurance Co. Ltd.
A complete list of insurers will be found on pages 10 to 35. A similar list was
published in the August 24 edition of The British Columbia Gazette. For the purposes of convenience, the present list is made up to June 30, 1972, so that it includes
insurers licensed since December 31, 1971, and shows the classes of insurance for
which each is licensed.
 Q 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
On analysis, the list shows the 107 companies (exclusive of fraternal societies)
were licensed for life insurance, 185 for fire insurance, 186 for automobile insurance, and 77 for marine insurance. These cover only the major classes of insurance,
and it should be understood that the same company may be licensed, for example,
for fire, automobile, and marine insurance.
The annual statements of these companies incorporated by or under an Act of
the Legislature are set forth at length on pages 38 to 62.
The taxes collected on unlicensed insurance amount to $65,013.
The number of insurance agents' and salesmen's licences issued for the year
1971 is given below, together with a comparative table for the previous four
years. All licensees in the insurance industry now have a prelicence examination
requirement.
Licences Issued to—
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
5,104
2,667
551
176
205
4,990
2,264
607
82
176
4,210
2,112
610
78
154
4,020
1,611
741
70
153
3,887
1,644
656
70
151
Totals.	
8,703
8,119
7,164
6,595
6,408
The number of real estate agents' and salesmen's licences issued under the
Real Estate Act for the year 1971/72, in comparison with the previous four years,
is as follows:
Licences Issued to—
1971/72
1970/71
1969/70
1968/69
1967/68
1,380
7,145
1,060
5,810
1,273
4,724
1,120
4,804
1,043
4,166
Totals  	
8,525
6,870
5,997
5,924
5,209
Pursuant to Part II of the Real Estate Act, documents have been processed and
filed in connection with 957 subdivisions since my last report.
The number of collection agents' licences issued for the year 1971 is given
below, together with a comparative table for the previous three years:
Year
1971.
1970_
Licences Issued
to Collection
Agents
...... 134
.  104
Year
1969 _
196S_
Licences Issued
to Collection
Agents
...... 105
..____   92
The British Columbia Automobile Insurance Board, established pursuant to
section 250m of the Insurance Act, has as present members: J. F. K. English, Chairman; E. T. Cantell, Q.C., Vice-Chairman; L. Wicks; F. S. McKinnon; and B. W.
Straight.
The Association of Superintendents of Insurance met at St. John's, Newfoundland, for its 54th annual conference, commencing September 19, 1971. Attending
at the sessions were more than 221 representatives of the insurance industry.
The association officers for the 1971/72 term are: President, E. T. Cantell,
Q.C., Superintendent of Insurance, Province of British Columbia; Secretary, Gordon
Grundy, Superintendent of Insurance, Province of Ontario.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 9
Following the election of officers, the superintendents accepted the invitation
of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Province of Quebec to hold the 1972 conference at Montreal, P.Q., commencing September 17, 1972.
Respectfully submitted.
E. T. CANTELL
Superintendent of Insurance
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Annual Statements of Provincial Licensees
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, February 1904, R.S.B.C. 1904, chapter 57; amended,
March  29,   1934,  R.S.B.C.   1934,  chapter  70;  amended,  April   11,   1946,
R.S.B.C. 1946, chapter 81.
Date commenced business, 1948.
C. A. Pollock, President
Officers
Directors
L. H. Gledhill, Secretary
C. A. Pollock
K. B. Mossop
L. A. Williams
W. H. K. Edmonds
W. H. Molyneux
Wm. A. Aubin
Auditors
Riddell Stead & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Capital Stock
Common
Par
Number      Value      Amount
Preferred
Par
Number      Value      Amount
Authorized   80,000
Subscribed   44,389
Paid in cash   44,307
Or stock dividend  82
400,000
221,945
110,768
410
20,000
100,000
Total authorized 	
Total subscribed 	
Total paid in cash or stock dividend
Contributors to surplus 	
Unpaid calls	
500,000
221,945
111,178
Nil
Nil
Assets
In
Canada
Outside
Canada
Total
Bonds      50,848
Stocks      	
Summary of investments (subtotal)   50,848
Cash   48,475
Investment income due or accrued   425
Other assets  1,620
Gross assets   101,368
Deduct assets not admitted       	
Total assets admitted
101,368
111,353
95,194
206,547
1,079
3,378
80,000
291,004
291,004
162,201
95,194
257,395
49,554
3,803
81,620
392,372
392,372
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 39
Liabilities
Unearned premium extended at 100 per cent 	
Provision for unpaid claims and adjustment expenses
Amounts owing to reinsurers 	
Expenses due and accrued 	
Other liabilities   	
Total liabilities
in
Canada
800
804
Outside
Canada
$
Total
$
43,942
23,403
27,674
837
2,511
43,946
23,403
27,674
1,637
2,511
98,367
99,171
Reserves and Equity
Capital stock paid   500
Surplus: Retained earnings   100,064
101,368
110,678
81,959
291,004
111,178
182,023
392,372
Profit and Loss Account
Net premium written  6
Unearned premium and additional policy reserve adjustment   2
Net premium earned	
Net losses incurred, including adjustment expenses
Subtotals   4
Commission and allowances   2
General expenses        1,315
Underwriting loss        1,313
Investment income        8,476
Other income and expenditure  480
Net profit or (loss) before income taxes       7,643
Income taxes     	
Net profit or (loss)        7,643
Surplus Account
Decreases
Net loss  ....      31,526
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets    	
Net decrease 	
Earned surplus at beginning of year
Earned surplus at end of year	
90,813
11,275
79,538
83,219
3,681
36,736
9,910
50,327
11,311
39,016
153
39,169
25,839
207,862
182,023
Capital
90,819
11,277
79,542
83,219
3,677
36,738
11,225
51,640
19,787
480
31,373
153
31,526
Increases
5,687
Contributed
Surplus
Balance at beginning of year
Paid in during year	
Balance at end of year
111,178
Nil
111,178
Nil
Nil
Nil
Returns for British Columbia
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 Q 40
BRITISH COLUMBIA
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIFE & CASUALTY COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, March 1958.    Date commenced business, May 1965.
Officers
Peter G. Ropchan, President A. W. Putz, Treasurer
A. W. Putz, .Secretary
P. G. Ropchan
J. Collis-Bird, F.S.A., F.C.I.A., Actuary
Shareh aiders—D irectors
A. Libin
A. W. Putz
Auditors
Touche, Ross & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Capital Stock
Capital stock authorized-
Amount  	
Number of shares .
Par value 	
Capital stock issued and outstanding-
At beginning of year .
Number
o£ Shares
5,658
Converted to preferred and redeemed  5,656
Total at end of year
Amount
Subscribed
$
565,800
565,600
200
$2,000,000
20,000
$100 each
Amount Paid
in Cash
$
565,800
565,600
200
Amount of unpaid calls at end of year, nil.
Premium on capital stock-
Total amount paid at beginning of year .
Amount received during year 	
1,969,600
Nil
Total amount paid at end of year        Nil
Assets
Cash
Total assets
Liabilities
Taxes, licences, and fees due and accrued
Total liabilities
Capital stock paid
Surplus in shareholders' fund
Grand total	
10,877
10,877
10,206
10,206
200
471
10,877
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 41
Summary of Operations
Premiums and annuity considerations—
(a) Life insurance and annuities	
(b) Accident and sickness insurance
Net investment income 	
$
303,047
17,645
Total income
Claims incurred under insurance and annuity contracts, other than under settlement annuities—■
(a) Life insurance and annuities     46,469
(_>) Accident and sickness insurance      14,994
Payments under settlements annuities
Normal increase in actuarial reserve _
Increase in aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with the company	
Taxes, licences, and fees, excluding investment taxes
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations
General expenses (excluding investment expenses) 	
Dividends to policyholders 	
Total
Balance carried to Surplus Account
Surplus Account
Surplus, December 31, 1970—
(a) In shareholders' fund )
(b) In insurance and annuity funds }
Increases
Balance carried from summary of operations
Net capital gain on investments 	
Decrease in nonadmitted assets 	
320,692
85,801
406,493
61,463
200
33,469
318
14,143
10,552
56,135
139,676
77,091
393,047
13,446
400,759
13,446
1,433
175,800
190,679
Decreases
Increase in special reserves—Investment reserve 	
Increase in actuarial reserves due to changes in valuation bases
Increase in provision for dividends	
        90,076
      189,254
        32,637
311,967
Net decrease before dividends to shareholders        121,288
Dividends to shareholders       279,000
Net decrease 	
Surplus, December 31, 1971
400,288
471
Note—The insurance and annuity contracts of this company have been totally reinsured
through the North West Life Assurance Company of Canada; that is to say, North West Life
Assurance Company of Canada replaced British Columbia Life & Casualty Company as the
insurer.
Returns for British Columbia
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 Q 42
BRITISH COLUMBIA
BRITISH COLUMBIA MOTORIST INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation proclaimed December 1969
Date commenced business, lanuary 1, 1970
Officers
R. J. Hastings, President
D. W. Bird, Vice-President
G. C. Bradley, Secretary
R. J. Hastings
F. R. Paxton
G. C. Bradley
T. E. Holmes, Vice-President and
General Manager
G. A. Davidson, Controller
W. A. McKinley, Treanurer
Directors
W. A. McKinley
I. Pilling
H. D. Wilson
G. C. Parrott
A uditors
Shand, Pearmain, McAfee, Pew and Lilly, Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Capital Stock
Capital stock authorized—
Amount  $2,000,000
Number of shares .
Par value	
Number
of Shares
Capital stock issued and outstanding—
At beginning of year  5,800
Issued during year  1,800
Total capital stock at end of year   7,600
Amount of unpaid calls at end of year, nil.
Amount
Subscribed For
580,000
180,000
760,000
20,000
$100
Amount Paid
in Cash
580,000
180,000
760,000
Premium on Capital Stock
Total amount paid as premium on capital stock at beginning of year      580,000
Total amount received during the year      180,000
Total amount paid to December 31, 1971       760,000
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 43
Assets
Short-term deposits and money-market securities
Bonds (market value $2,087,713)  ....
Stocks (market value $54,750) 	
1,585,000
2,065,198
52,000
Summary of investments (subtotal)   3,702,198
        49,476
  1,095,404
Accrued investment income 	
Amounts due from agents and brokers 	
All other assets— $
Due from facility  36,423
Advances and deposits         667
Furniture and equipment   30,087
Leasehold improvements      1,819
68,996
Gross assets 	
Deduct assets not admitted—
Advances and deposits
4,916,074
       667
Furniture and equipment   30,087
Leasehold improvements      1,819
32,573
Total assets admitted
4,883,501
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent	
Provision for unpaid claims and adjustment expenses
Bank overdraft and loans 	
Amounts owing to reinsurers 	
Expenses due and accrued 	
Provision for income tax	
  1,428,661
  1,151,248
  611
      157,922
      185,773
      198,973
Total liabilities   3,123,188
Reserves and Equity
Capital and surplus—
Capital stock paid 	
Surplus—
Contributed 	
Retained earnings	
Total liabilities, capital and surplus 	
Profit and Loss Account
Net premiums written 	
Unearned premium and additional policy reserve adjustment
Net premiums earned 	
Net losses incurred including adjustment expenses
Subtotal	
Commissions and allowances
General expenses 	
Underwriting profit
Investment income  	
Net profit before income taxes
Income taxes 	
760,000
760,000
240,313
4,883,501
2,781,522
321,595
2,459,927
1,634,621
825,306
431,818
213,261
180,227
204,278
384,505
142,643
Net profit       241,862
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Retained Earnings, Capital and
1
Surplus
)ecreases
$
1,954
$
239,908
405
Increases
$
241,862
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets                     .   	
Totals              	
1,954
241,862
Net increase  	
Earned surplus at beginning of year                            ..   	
Earned surplus at end of year	
240,313
Balance at beginning of year .   	
Capital
$
... 580,000
Contributed
Surplus
$
580,000
Paid in during the year       	
... 180,000
180,000
Balance at end of year	
... 760,000
760,000
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 74)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 45
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, May 11, 1901.    Date commenced business, March 5, 1914.
Officers
M. Trotzuk, President
D. H. Bell-Irving, Secretary       A. C. K. Sloan, Treasurer
Directors
D. H. Bell-Irving Lloyd F. Stevens A. C. K. Sloan
R. M. Ivey M. Trotzuk
Auditors
Clarkson, Gordon & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Capital Stock
Common
No.      Par Value       Amount
$          $
Authorized   250          100          25,000
Subscribed      100          100          10,000
Paid for in cash (or stock dividend) ..                            10,000
Contributions to Surplus
Premium on capital stock                          .     .
No.
Nil
Nil
Nil
Preferred
Par Value
$
Nil
Nil
Nil
Amount
$
Nil
Nil
Nil
200
Other contributions to surplus    	
Nil
Total                ..     	
200
Unpaid Calls
Amount of calls unpaid at end of year—
Ordinary    	
Nil
Preferred shares ...   .                	
Nil
Premium           .	
Nil
Assets
Bonds (book value)     .. —       	
64,620
Cash      _     _.        	
195
Investment income due or accrued   	
885
Other assets   	
282
Gross assets       .„    .   .. —. 	
65,982
Deduct assets not admitted    —.   .    	
Total assets admitted	
65,982
Liabilities
Unearned premium extended at 80 per cent        _
Provision for unpaid claims and adjustment expenses ....   ..   .   	
45,061
17,818
Provision for income tax                        	
7,993
Total liabilities     . 	
70,872
Reserves and Equity
Capital stock paid     	
10,000
Surplus contributed   .   	
200
Retained earnings        	
15,090
Total liabilities                                                  . 	
65,982
 Q 46 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Profit and Loss Account
Net premiums written 	
Unearned premium and additional policy reserve adjustment
Net premiums earned 	
Net losses incurred, including adjustment expenses
Subtotal   	
Commission and allowances
General expenses 	
Underwriting profit
Investment income 	
Other income 	
Net profit before income taxes ..„
Income taxes 	
Net profit
Statement of Retained Earnings, Capital and Surplus
Decreases
Net profit 	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets
14,074
79,350
65,276
61,311
3,965
4,970
6,938
1,997
3,212
281
5,490
3,976
1,514
1,514
1,932
Net increase
     3,446
Earned surplus at beginning of year   18,536
Earned surplus at end of year  15,090
Balance at beginning of year
Paid in during year	
Capital
$
Contributed
Surplus
$
10,000
Nil
200
Nil
Balance at end of year
10,000
200
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 70)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
FRASER VALLEY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Burnaby, B.C.
Date of incorporation, May 2, 1966 (special Act, chapter 58, 1966).
Date commenced business, May 2, 1966.
Q 47
Officers
V. H. Chadwick, President
Dr. M. A. Edworthy, Vice-President
Mrs. H. W. Martin,
Secretary-Treasurer
Robert Selkirk
V. Howard Chadwick
M. A. Edworthy
Directors
H.N. Watson
Mrs. H. W. Martin
Robert Davis
I. P. Swansborough
P. L. Richardson
A. G. LaCroix
Auditors
Ciarkson, Gordon & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31,1971
Assets
$
Short-term deposits and money-market securities      30,000
Bonds (book value)      87,749
Summary of investments  117,749
Cash          8,672
Investment income due or accrued        1,285
Instalment premiums receivable       2,764
Other assets        4,749
Gross assets   135,219
Deduct assets not admitted          Nil
Total assets admitted      135,219
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 80 per cent
1,610
Provision for unpaid claims and adjustment expenses   15,148
Bank overdraft and loans   12,500
Expenses due and accrued   4,479
Other liabilities   7,596
Total liabilities      41,333
Reserves and Equity
Reserves—General 	
Capital and surplus—retained earnings
5,000
88,886
Total liabilities and surplus  135,219
 Q 48
Net premiums written
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Profit and Loss Account
  126,647
  1,097
  127,744
Net losses incurred, including adjustment expenses  79,185
Unearned premium and additional policy reserve adjustment
Net premiums earned	
Subtotal
Commission and allowances
General expenses 	
Underwriting profit (or loss)
Investment income 	
Other income and expenditure 	
Net profit (or loss) before income taxes
Income taxes 	
Net loss 	
48,559
21,257
66,466
39,164
9,573
7,557
22,034
Nil
22,034
Net loss 	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets
Net increase (decrease) _...
Earned surplus at beginning of year
Surplus Account
Decreases
$
.. 22,034
Earned surplus at end of year (surplus for protection of policyholders)
Increases
13,250
8,784
97,670
88,886
Returns for British Columbia
(-fee page 83)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 49
FRUIT GROWERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Kelowna, B.C.
Date of incorporation, March 15, 1955.    Date commenced business, September 23, 1955.
E. M. Tait, President
R. C. Maddocks, Vice-President
E. M. Tait
R. C. Maddocks
D. P. Fraser
Officers
H. B. Earle, General Manager and Secretary
R. Price, Treasurer
Directors
I. H. Stuart
E. Malen
A. Garrish
J. B. Kidston
A uditors
Rutherford, Bazett & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Guarantee Stock
Guarantee stock authorized—
Amount    $2,000,000
Number of shares  80,000
Par value       $25 each
Number of
Shares
Guarantee stock issued and outstanding—
At beginning of year      18,428
Issued during year          3.530
Total   21,958
Amount
Subscribed
$
460,700
88.250
548,950
Amount Paid
in Cash
460,700
88,250
548,950
Assets
Investments—
Short-term deposits and money-market securities         15,000
Bonds (book value)      1,162,405
Stocks           168,318
Real estate       177,682
Summary of investments (subtotal)
Cash 	
Investment income due or accrued 	
1,523,405
39,508
18,843
Amounts due from policyholders       301,087
Amounts owing by reinsurers   514
Other assets           84,968
Gross assets       1,968,325
Deduct assets not admitted __.             48,000
Total assets admitted   1,920,325
Liabilities
Unearned premium extended at 80 per cent  541,295
Unearned premium extended at 100 per cent   822
Provision for unpaid claims and adjustment expenses   569,538
Amounts owing to reinsurers     25,683
Expenses due and accrued      48,950
Provision for income tax   6,910
Other liabilities   101,368
Total liabilities     1,294,566
 Q 50 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Reserves and Equity
Capital and surplus— $
Guarantee stock paid    548,950
Surplus retained earnings   76,809
Total liabilities, capital and surplus       1,920,325
Profit and Loss A ccount
Net premium written       —   1,310,334
Unearned premium and additional policy reserve adjustment        147,024
Net premium earned    1,163,310
Net losses incurred including adjustment expenses       798,887
Subtotal         364,423
Commission and allowances       113,957
General expenses         469,520
Underwriting profit   8,860
Investment  income          76,492
Other income and expenditure         16,951
Net profit before income taxes        102,303
Income taxes   6,910
Net profit         95,393
Surplus Account
Decreases Increases
$ $ $
Net profit  95,393
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets  7,716
Totals   7,716 95,393
Net increase     87,677
Earned surplus at beginning of year   10,868
Earned surplus at end of year      76,809
Guarantee Contributed
Stock Surplus
$ $
Balance at beginning of year   460,700 Nil
Paid in during year      88,250 Nil
Balance at end of year    548,950 Nil
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 70, 74, 80)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 51
THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, 1902.   Date commenced business, 1902.
Officers
H. S. Berry, President
W. M. Page, Vice-President
H. Bose, Treasurer
E. T. Holtby, Manager-Secretary
H. S. Berry
H. Bose
R. Bridge
T. J. Erskine
Directors
J. M. Kirkness
W. M. Page
K. B. McKechnie
J. C. Cherry
G. Park
L. Gilmore
T. A. Menzies
A uditors
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Guarantee Stock
Nil
Assets
$
Short-term deposits and money-market securities     20,000
Bonds (market value, $124,970)  134,210
Subsidiaries, associates and affiliates       2,200
Summary of investments (subtotal)  156,410
Cash    9,124
Accrued investment income  2,649
Insurance premiums   62,360
Amounts owing by reinsurers  13,816
Other assets   14,707
Gross assets   259,066
Deduct assets not admitted     17,125
Total assets admitted   241,941
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent.
Provision for unpaid claims	
Bank advance   	
Amounts owing on reinsurance contracts	
Expenses due and accrued—
115,008
3,569
21,500
56,759
Taxes    1,864
Trade      243
Other liabilities
2,107
309
Total liabilities     199,252
 Q 52
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Reserves and Equity
Reserves (section 26 of the Mutual Fire Insurance Companies Act)      37,000
Capital and surplus—retained earnings ....       5,689
241,941
Profit and Loss Account
Net premiums written ...         62,131
Unearned premium and additional policy reserve adjustment     15,522
Net premiums earned     77,653
Net losses incurred, including adjusting expenses     38,886
Subtotal     38,767
Commission and allowances      11,021
General expenses and taxes incurred     38,190
Underwriting loss :   .     10,444
Investment income       8,817
Other income       1,200
Net loss before income taxes .
Income taxes	
427
Nil
Net loss
427
Surplus
Net loss .	
Changes in nonadmitted ledger assets	
Transfer to reserve required under section 26 of the Mutual Fire Insurance
Companies A ct  	
Decreases Increases
$ $ $
..    427 	
723
1,500
Net increase _       1,796
Surplus at beginning of year   3,893
Surplus at end of year (for protection of policyholders)    5,689
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 71)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE,  1971
Q 53
PACIFIC COAST FISHERMEN'S MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, March 28, 1945.   Date commenced business, lune 11, 1945.
Officers
Morgan Berg, Honorary President        Glen Martinolich, Vice-President
Olav Moan, President H. A. Christenson, Secretary-Manager
A. Sorbo, Treasurer and Assistant Manager
Glen Martinolich
Joe MacLeod
Norman Ostrom
Ross Riley
Bill Warnock
Richard Williams
Robert Nakashima
Tero Paavola
Directors
Donald Anderson
John Chambers
Vince Fiamengo
Olav Moan
Lincoln McElhinney
Conrad Plensky
Elling Reite
Stanley Sorensen
Ralph Wick
Ragner H. Bentsen
Olav Bjorge
Robert Emerson
Joe Garcia
George Olafson
Morgan Berg
Walter Emerson
Auditors
Campbell, Sharp, Nash and Field, Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Guarantee Stock
Authorized—■
Amount	
Number of shares
         $25,000
  2,500
Par value      $10 each
Guarantee stock subscribed and paid at end of year (1,985 shares)
Contribution to surplus  	
Unpaid calls 	
19.850
Nil
Nil
Assets
Short-term deposits and money-market securities      15,000
Bonds (book value)   2,222,782
Mortgage loans and sales agreements  381,399
Subsidiaries, associates, and affiliates    92,178
Summary of investments (subtotal)  2,711,359
Cash               41,587
Investment income due or accrued         36,811
Instalment premiums receivable     _       165,758
Amounts owing by reinsurers         63,886
Other assets   3,163
Gross assets    '____.._._ .     ... 3,022,564
Deduct assets not admitted      175,699
Total assets admitted   2,846.865
Liabilities $
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent  889,624
Provision for unpaid claims and adjustment expenses    212,299
Bank overdraft and loans  6,081
 Q 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Members' credit balances	
Amounts owing to reinsurers .
Expenses due and accrued	
Other liabilities 	
42,777
43,289
1,800
194,259
Total liabilities   1,390,129
Reserves and Equity
Reserves—General   617,232
Capital and surplus—
Guarantee stock paid    19,850
Surplus retained earnings   819,654
Total liabilities, guarantee stock and surplus  2,846,865
Profit and Loss Account
Net premiums written     1,523,575
Unearned premium and additional policy reserve adjustment        96,831
Net premiums earned   1,426,744
Net losses incurred, including adjustment expenses      487,997
Subtotal       938,747
Commission and allowances        Nil
General expenses       117,727
Underwriting profit      821,020
Investment income      145,549
Other income and expenditure          22,826
Net profit before income taxes        989,395
Income taxes 	
Net profit
Nil
Surplus for Protection of Policyholders
Decreases
Net profit         	
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets     48,516
Changes in reserve for investments and contingencies       Nil
Patronage payments  868,111
989,395
Increases
$
989,395
Nil
Totals   916,627
Net increase or decrease        72,768
Earned surplus at beginning of year   746,886
989,395
Earned surplus at end of year  819,654
Contributed
Capital      Surplus
Balance at beginning of the year       20,580      Nil
Paid in during the year    730      Nil
Balance at end of the year      19,850     Nil
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 83)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 55
ROBERTS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Clearbrook, B.C.
Date of incorporation, 1948.   Date commenced business, 1948.
H. H. Pauls, President
Peter Dirksen, Vice-President
H. K. Peters
H. H. Pauls
C. A. Thiessen
A. Schmidt
Officers
Directors
J. P. Martens
J. I. Esau
H. P. Fast
Peter Dirksen
C. H. Hiebert, Secretary
I. H. Derksen, Manager
Jake Krause
Frederick Schroeder
Jacob Wiebe
C. H. Hiebert
Auditors
Janzen, Fribance & Hansen, Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Assets
Short-term deposits
Bonds  	
6,000
17,005
Summary of investments (subtotal)   23,005
Cash   -- -     4,164
Investment income due or accrued        470
Instalment premiums receivable      3,138
Amounts due from agents and brokers           683
Other assets     1,763
Gross assets
33,223
Deduct assets not admitted  1,990
Total assets admitted  31,233
Liabilities
Unearned premium extended at 100 per cent   5,678
Expenses due and accrued   375
Total liabilities         6,053
Reserves—General     15,500
Capital and surplus—Surplus     9,680
31,233
 Q 56 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Profit and Loss Account $
Net premiums written  4,318
Unearned premiums and additional policy reserve adjustment  301
Net premiums earned      4,017
Net losses incurred, including adjustment expenses          183
Subtotal        4,200
Commissions and allowances         37
General expenses     3,040
Underwriting profit        1,197
Investment income      2,105
Other income and expenditure        606
Net profit           3,908
Surplus Account
Decreases       Increases
$ $ $
Net profit    ..  3,908
Changes in unadmitted ledger assets  206 	
Totals        206 3,908
Net increase    3,702
Earned surplus at beginning of year    5,978
Earned surplus at end of year      9,680
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 71)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 57
SEABOARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, 1953.
Officers
M. Adam Miles, Chairman of the Board
J. M. Burnett, Secretary-Treasurer
H. J. Seed, President
Kenneth F. Rudd, Assistant
Secretary
Dr. C. A. Allard
J. Cameron Allard
Zane Feldman
Authorized—
Number of shares
Par value 	
Amount 	
Directors
Shareholders' Directors
Malcolm S. Fergusson
M. Klimove
T. Ledley McMaster
L. T. D. Steeves
Policyholders' Director
Dr. H. L. Patrick
Auditors
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Capital Stock
M. Adam Miles
Dr. E. A. Rodko
H. I. Seed
1,000,000
$2 each
$2,000,000
Number
of Shares
Amount       Amount Paid
Subscribed in Cash
Capital stock issued and outstanding at beginning of year
and at end of year   431,858
$
863,716
Premium on Capital Stock
Total amount paid at beginning of year	
Total amount received during year	
Total amount paid at end of year
$
863,716
372,155
1,295,574
1,667,729
Note—Change in par value of the shares. The difference being transferred to Premium on
Capital Stock.
 Q 58
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Assets
Bonds owned by the company	
Stocks owned by the company	
Mortgage loans on real estate	
Agreements of sale of real estate	
Policy loans 	
Cash 	
Investment income, due and accrued
Outstanding life insurance premiums and annuity considerations 	
Accident and sickness premiums due and unpaid effective after September 30 of current year (net, commissions deducted)
Amounts due from other companies on reinsured contracts for claims paid
Due from reinsurer—■
Overpayment of premiums 	
Experience rating refunds 	
Cash surrender value—life insurance policy on president	
Miscellaneous accounts receivable 	
Segregated funds .... —	
Assets not admitted
3,026,217
258,499
1,589,256
14,322
301,327
76,288
75,981
73,943
12,102
1,675
23,019
4,226
9,745
1,563
1,269,422
6,737,585
1,225
Total assets
6,736,360
Liabilities
Actuarial reserve for life insurance and annunity contracts in force
Aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance
Outstanding claims under insurance and annunity contracts, including provision for
unreported claims 	
Amounts on deposit with the company, pertaining to insurance and annuity contracts
and including interest accumulations 	
Insurance premiums and annuity considerations received in advance	
Taxes, licences, and fees due and accrued
General and investment expenses due and accrued
Amounts received but not yet allocated	
Segregated funds
Due to mortgagors—prepaid property taxes
Reinsurance premiums payable 	
Agents' credit balances 	
Other 	
Special reserves or funds not included above—Mandatory securities valuation reserve   	
Total liabilities 	
Capital stock paid 	
Surplus in shareholders' fund 	
Surplus in insurance and annuity funds
3,362,333
140,300
349,270
1,069,452
2,660
40,122
21,420
81,004
1,269,422
805
1,524
18,371
5,632
15,631
6,377,946
863,716
1,667,729
2,173,031
Grand total ...
6,736,360
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 59
Summary of Operations
Premiums and annuity considerations—
(a) Life insurance and annuities 	
(b) Accident and sickness insurance	
2,685,682
431,580
  3,117,262
Net investment income       347,642
Reinsurance experience refunds   4,226
Total income
3,469,130
Claims incurred under insurance and annuity contracts other than under settlement
annuities—
(a) Life insurance and annuities   1,328,654
(b) Accident and sickness insurance       238,249
Normal increases in actuarial reserve (excluding increase due to changes in valuation
bases)   	
Increase in aggregate reserve for accident and sickness insurance	
Interest credited to amounts on deposit with the company	
Interest on claims	
Taxes, licences, and fees, excluding investment taxes	
Commissions on insurance premiums and annuity considerations
General expenses  	
Dividends to policyholders 	
Group experience refund 	
Transferred to segregated funds	
1,566,903
204,294
27,600
79.633
1,765
49.174
257,730
963,413
153,629
434,450
292,571
Total       .♦.   3,622,574
Balance carried to Surplus Account
153,444
Surplus, December 31, 1970—
In shareholders' fund	
Surplus Account
—       372,155
In insurance and annuity funds  2,028,623
1,656,468
Increases
Net capital gain on investments 	
Decreases in special reserves—Premium paid on capital stock
Decrease in nonadmitted assets 	
Total increase
20,561
1,295,574
6
1,316,141
Decreases
Balance carried from summary of operations	
Increase in special reserves—Security valuation reserve	
Increase in actuarial reserves due to changes in valuation bases
Total decrease before dividends to shareholders 	
Net increase before dividends to shareholders
Dividends to shareholders	
Net increase
153,444
9,500
2,031
164,975
1,151,166
1,151,166
Surplus, December 31, 1971—
(a) In shareholders' fund	
(b) In insurance and annuity funds
1,667,729
2,173,031
505,302
 Q 60
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Note—The amount available for the protection of policyholders has been increased in 1972
by the sale of 107,965 additional shares at $2 per share for a total of $215,930. The paid-in
capital now totals $1,079,646.
Returns for British Columbia
(See pages 66, 86)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 61
WESTCO INSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office—-Vancouver, B.C.
Date of incorporation, April 1, 1966 (special Act, chapter 71, 1966).
Date commenced business, October 2, 1969.
Officers
Austin Chapman, Chairman of the Board and Treasurer
K. B. Carruthers, Assistant Secretary
lerome B. Simon, Secretary
Brian Rudkin, President
Note—Change in officers as at date of filing, March 2, 1972, given below:
Austin Chapman, Chairman of the Board
Austin Chapman, President
Austin Chapman, Treasurer
Jerome B. Simon, Secretary
K. B. Carruthers, Assistant
Secretary
M. J. Milchem, Vice-President
G. T. Shaw, Vice-President
Austin Chapman
Edward H. Hamm
Directors
Kenneth F. Cook
Brian Rudkin
Philip Knight
Note—Change in directors as at date of filing, March 2, 1972, given below:
Austin Chapman Kenneth F. Cook Edward Hamm
Auditors
McDonald, Currie & Co., Chartered Accountants
Statement for the Year Ended December 31, 1971
Capital Stock
Common
Par
Number      Value     Amount
$ $
Authorized    4,950,000      1 4,950,000
Subscribed       450,000      1 450,000
Paid in cash      450,000 450,000
Common B
Par
Number    Value   Amount
50,000
50,000
50,000
$
50,000
50,000
50,000
Contributions to Surplus
Premium on capital stock
Unpaid Calls
Amount of unpaid calls at end of year, nil.
Assets
Total
$
5,000,000
500,000
500,000
576,901
Short-term deposits and money-market securities     472,242
Bonds   --   1,521,674
Summary of investments (subtotal)    1,993,916
Cash       106,181
Investment income due or accrued       37,993
Instalment premiums receivable      147,569
Other assets      160,68 6
Gross assets
2,446,345
Deduct assets not admitted      125,323
Total assets admitted     2,321,022
 Q 62
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liabilities
Unearned premiums extended at 100 per cent	
Provision for unpaid claims and adjustment expenses .
Amounts owing to reinsurers	
Expenses due and accrued	
Other liabilities 	
Total liabilities
721,663
516,219
27,899
67,503
46,365
1,379,649
Reserves and Equity
Capital and surplus—
Capital stock paid      500,000
Surplus contributed       576,901
Retained earnings (deficit)       135,528
Total liabilities, capital and surplus	
Profit and Loss Account
Net premiums written 	
Unearned premium and additional policy reserve adjustment         194,584
2,321,022
1,347,384
Net premiums earned    1,152,800
Net losses incurred, including adjusting expenses
Subtotal
General expenses
Underwriting loss
Investment income	
Other income and expenditure
Net profit before income taxes
Surplus A ccount
Statement of Retained Earnings, Capital and Surplus
Decreases
786,013
366,787
424,851
58,064
142,548
67,752
152,236
Increases
Net profit 	
Changes in nonadmitted ledger assets ..
Adjustment for changes in prior years
Net increase
Deficit at beginning of year .
Balance at end of year
Deduct— $
Subscribed and paid-in capital   500,000
Contributed surplus   576,901
Deficit at end of year .
152,236
923,933
6,283
1,082,452
141,079
941,373
,076,901
135,528
Contributed
Capital       Surplus
Balance at beginning of year
Paid in during the year	
500,000
Nil
576,901
Nil
Balance at end of year       500,000     576,901
Returns for British Columbia
(See page 76)
Statements of Provincial companies are checked and are amended, if necessary, and are
published in this Report subject to inspection.
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TABLE II—LIFE INSURANCE SUMMARY
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Premium Income
Disbursements
Amount in
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Year
Ordinary
Industrial
Group
Total
Insurance
Other
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Total
1967	
1968	
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1971	
$
82,034
87,794
92,140
114,483
132,686
$
1,091
1,047
901
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$
33,036
37,740
36,355
39,277
54,467
$
116,161
126,581
129,396
154,548
187,153
$
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37,723
42,334
85,857
96,716
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55,390
58,225
70,060
31,997
21,749
$
90,139
95,948
112,394
117,854
118,442
$
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8,845,913
9,941,527
10,522,891
11,959,412
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TABLE IV—PROPERTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1971
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.   Direct losses include adjustment expenses in 1971.)
Name of Insurer
Direct Premiums
Written
(1)
Direct Losses
Incurred
(2)
Ratio of
(2) to (1)
$
146,666
43,375
728,951
862,938
530,057
$
65,442
1,809
209,932
807,180
443
190
2,355,567
292,976
603,008
495
678,749
34,661
8,305
62
—3,000
192,842
211,796
404,765
5,783
61,311
220
Per Cent
45
4
Aetna Casualty * Surety Cn.
29
94
2,174,893
250,877
787,683
17,560
1,064,317
75,774
5,301
4,656
119,975
288,551
132,883
573,952
85,114
4,648
44,293
65,284
206,930
17,886
537,336
430,850
2,522,348
9,977
46,185
541,972
91,325
—243
1,617,769
146,551
1,312,318
2,823,008
—30
14
1,980,696
1,457,716
229,820
78,589
1,323,372
543,217
1,020,762
1,100,703
23,802
123,489
206,913
42
31,431
5,069
10,307
66,919
1,435,383
511,198
230,115
—256
4,709
345,011
703,811
428
6,566
887,774
896,151
76,090
937,265
109
116
77
3
58
46
156
1
67
160
71
72
5
81
112,894
—23,541
402,584
364,290
1,727,407
68,933
8,047
328,305
44,761
2.204
991,127
30,356
821,119
1,909,274
108
96
1,936,206
975,734
225,175
68,066
788,496
288,170
695,144
639,357
20,454
30,484
210,289
—3,412
1,170
136
30,610
1,026,731
239,037
64,342
55
75
84
69
689
15
61
49
62
21
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd.....    _	
63
68
98
72
98
87
59
53
68
58
86
24
102
23
1
Federal Fire Insurance Co. of Canada.— _ -
46
72
46
28
982
356,357
614,298
—733
1,480
478,197
439,346
60,958
769,023
21
102
87
23
Fruit Growers Mutual Insurance Co. 	
54
49
80
82
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Q 71
TABLE IV—PROPERTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1971—Continued
Name of Insurer
Direct Premiums
Written
(1)
Direct Losses
Incurred
(2)
Ratio of
(2) to(l)
Brought forward   .	
$
32,466,228
8.008
684,093
600,015
329,577
892,228
12,064
323
1,030,020
15,144
1,231
638,061
1,088,900
75,363
618,009
14,543
1,269,575
487,145
49,632
646,354
15,497
766,060
106,783
209
254,368
14.628
106,296
397,675
384,466
277
553,361
1,263,269
668
419,000
239,079
115,754
238,314
16,533
$
22,615,367
3,977
583,756
477,677
254,864
588,893
Per Cent
50
85
80
77
66
—1,882
522,688
15,194
—131
613,598
831,135
78,747
446,500
5,496
1,073,635
543,518
18,752
264,504
2
446.093
74,393
51
100
96
76
104
72
38
85
112
38
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance Co. of Canada	
41
58
70
84,367
3,006
111,949
454,663
50,505
	
33
21
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd.
103
110
13
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394,604
698.242
464
342,061
129,686
59,645
202,859
220,216
390
—700,586
4,445,740
68,856
580,149
166,826
115,018
431
5,510
1,739
296
43,253
115.287
1,393,070
6,180
71,382
126.878
901,848
4,489
100,486
290,099
567,624
1,136,705
270,924
537,389
433,429
308,939
17,704
71
55
Maritime Insurance Co. Ltd  -  —
70
82
54
51
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Association Ltd.
85
1,340
—2,737
8,881,836
185,821
780,414
255,683
218,936
—189
41,905
62,405
31,103
115,707
238,422
1,618,655
14,029
583,195
199,316
1,233,348
211
227,639
432,674
677,393
1,894,481
300,144
992,633
641,572
345,791
15,269
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's, London, Eng	
50
37
75
65
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd 	
53
13
3
1
38
49
86
44
12
64
74
2,100
44
67
84
60
90
54
68
89
114
65,582,356
43,759,453
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IV—PROPERTY INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES
FOR  1971—Continued
Name of Insurer
Direct Premiums
Written
(1)
Direct Losses
Incurred
(2)
Ratio of
(2) to (1)
$
65,582,356
143,604
63,741
12,772
30,415
224,210
499,769
460,018
273,906
—756
41,349
38,840
950
$
43,759,453
137,061
—43,037
1,179
10,305
191,425
324,750
263,360
203,206
—49
14,313
38,848
5
17,566
141,771
545,932
5,953
1,860,005
1,324,530
10,935
67,237
208,130
16,308
Per Cent
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co	
Security Mutual Casualty Co,
96
68
92
Service Fire Insurance Co. of New York            	
34
Stanstead & Sherbrooke Insurance Co.                      ...          	
85
State Farm & Fire Casualty Co.     —
65
57
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd    	
Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd	
74
35
100
Transamerica Insurance Co               	
Transport Insurance 	
24,837
1,301,745
64,650
2,110,808
1,788,729
2,006
131,369
533,202
6,140
2,360
321,171
2,290,527
118,814
234
881,406
216,223
33,044
1,422,743
57
Travelers Indemnity Co        „                   	
41
Travelers Indemnity Co. of Canada.                                      	
9
88
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd 	
74
547
United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co.  	
51
United States Fire Insurance Co	
39
265
117,220
1,236,567
86,427
291
557,819
165,244
15,892
943.388
36
54
73
124
63
76
48
66
Totals for 1971
78,923,734
40,943,325
52,348,943
29,846,340
67
73
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 73
TABLE V—PROPERTY INSURANCE SUMMARY
(000's omitted)
(1967 to 1970 represent fire insurance only)
Year
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Premiums
Earned
1967             	
$
30,560
32,936
39,867
44,968
$
26,977
31,149
38,033
40,943
78,9231
$
13,718
15,525
25,218
29,846
52,3481
Per Cent
50.85
1968	
49.84
1969  	
1970
66.31
72.90
1971       	
67.00
TABLE VI—RECIPROCAL EXCHANGE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1971
Name of Exchange
Net
Premiums
Written
(1)
Net
Premiums
Earned
(2)
Net
Losses
Incurred
(3)
Ratio of
(3) to (2)
Canners Exchange Subscribers at Warner Inter-Insurance
$
56,152
1,336,344
9,237
2,172
81,724
$
56,063
1,304,241
9,128
2,172
77,955
$
150
1,329
Nil
Nil
—33,695
Per Cent
0.3
5.5
Truck Insurance Exchange  	
—44.0
Totals for 1971
1,485,629
1,449,559
—32,216
.   ....
Totals for 1970  	
1,816,212
1,490,574
859,062
57.6
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 Q 74
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VII—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND  CLAIMS FOR 1971
(Figures shown in nearest dollar.   Direct claims include adjustment expenses.)
Name of Insurer
Direct Premiums
(1)
Direct Qaims
(2)
Ratio of
(2) to(l)
$
315,801
54,255
118,834
1,009
339,963
6,876,148
24,779
32,875
1,262
15,207
28,221
701,844
279,786
1,211,922
10,589,539
685
470,571
24,283
1,545,588
918,246
3,761,563
15,319
85,328
1,502,327
23,889
284,501
1,430,581
1,632,177
58
7,739
5,257
846,200
9,459,672
508,987
1,199
24,370
1,811,027
1,153.940
707,163
1,376,221
54,100
144,246
99,104
873
646
95,242
90,802
88,244
1,174,482
1,611,453
17,132
23,688
1,455
263,848
653,392
409,310
1,090,104
1,747,099
1,410,824
139,349
452,316
536,723
614,608
476,242
3,354,230
1,004
865,877
$
427,767
158
38,615
374,453
1,823
217,591
13,411
3,901,492
185,081
14,519
1,546
60,795
28,277
517,057
201,279
663,816
6,104,291
2,832
217,710
2,002
1,274,364
697,389
2,868,691
—38,540
34,252
1,026,057
8,556
243,174
1,156,439
1,192,931
Per Cent
74
71
318
182
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd. _  „           	
64
57
75
44
124
399
100
74
72
55
58
411
46
8
82
76
76
Canadian Pioneer Insurance Co .... ——      	
40
69
36
85
81
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd  — 	
73
9,664
758
856,854
7,612,729
306,101
1,455
17,606
1,276,122
671,425
410,507
924,378
44,868
88,008
135,079
—23,485
124
14
101
81
60
121
72
70
58
58
67
83
61
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd.              	
136
48,445
51
62,540
769,392
1,394,852
55,794
16,109
1,170
160,833
695,635
373,380
710,875
1,304,183
793,677
83,936
261,622
424,212
645,716
163,849
2,304,447
1,010
527,009
71
66
87
325
68
80
61
106
91
65
74
56
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd.	
60
65
General Security Insurance Co. of Canada          -          —- 	
79
105
39
68
100
61
63,604,729
44,574,583
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 75
TABLE VII—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND CLAIMS
FOR  1971—Continued
Name of Insurer
Direct Premiums
(1)
Direct Claims
(2)
Ratio of
(2) to (1)
$
63,604,729
56,317
876,243
2,860,577
164,011
1,048,224
1,230,892
1,448,345
117,666
767,497
560,330
189,395
73,689
354
2,180,235
34,718
247,218
1,315,818
490,382
75,354
2,097
869,424
243,077
451,510
753,545
194,643
636,752
3,605
673,680
55,106
3,298
1,653,781
216,223
1,129,059
368,773
241,250
11,268
7,996
125,012
263,814
1,262,565
510,101
2,549,710
1,000
879,304
517,717
1,202,698
1,128,978
2,261,376
4,198,394
363,817
798,347
—7,428
29,444
235,821
903,342
$
44,574,583
27,248
564,817
1,998,310
44,968
691,540
1,231,006
1,399,279
49,136
452,014
246,136
176,239
24,146
1,937
1,372,464
31,979
141,816
602,975
242,103
271,844
174
579,514
91,038
402,438
484,231
71,142
402,600
519,817
262,990
— 130,820
1,192,929
103,921
658,274
186,845
108.201
52,833
3,597
95,608
239,945
541,347
299,718
1,529,338
2.287
729,319
321,118
1,043,398
830,851
1,503,178
2,326.827
363,483
622,403
—47
23,789
157,573
880,753
3,210
2,888,775
419.684
530,786
52,504
356,078
—602
179,392
2,442,654
5,438
—128
Per Cent
48
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd    - 	
65
70
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada  -   —
27
66
100
97
42
59
44
93
33
550
63
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co    	
92
57
London & Edinburgh Insurance Co. Ltd   	
46
49
277
8
67
37
89
64
41
63
National Employers Mutual General Insurance Association Ltd..
77
475
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's, London, Eng.
72
48
58
53
45
472
45
76
91
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd -_   -      	
43
59
60
Quebec Assurance Co.      _ 	
229
83
63
86
75
66
55
100
Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Co                 -	
78
77
67
97
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co.	
4,147,656
582,117
681,269
59,541
171,723
70
72
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd  	
78
88
Traders General Insurance Co..	
208
Transport Insurance Co. 	
294,167
3,275,434
171,937
—216
61
Travelers Indemnity Co 	
75
32
Carried forward	
110,906,163
78,281,141
 Q 76
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE VII—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND CLAIMS
FOR  1971—Continued
Name of Insurer
Direct Premiums
(1)
Direct Claims
(2)
Ratio of
(2) to (1)
$
110,906,163
6,825,048
17,899
1,619,699
307,086
66,274
18,341
876
20,075
6,145,122
327,469
— 10
1,556,404
1,626,685
1,071,035
12,216
5,135,637
$
78,281,141
4,508,078
20,787
1,103,857
297,448
28,599
24,208
23
7,800
3,872,046
397,844
—7
786,013
1,412,419
1,000,924
7,696
3,275,786
Per Cent
66
116
68
96
43
130
3
39
63
122
51
86
94
63
63
TntfOs
136,214,567
94,266,464
69
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971
Q 77
TABLE VIII—AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE SUMMARY
(OOO's omitted)
Year
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Premiums
Earned
Net
Losses
Incurred
Ratio Losses
Incurred to
Premiums
Earned
1967
$
77,579
82,572
94,960
117,283
$
76,220
80,530
90,468
108,307
136,2151
$
46,606
55,261
69,595
80,354
94,2661
61.15
1968
68.62
1969
76.94
197(.
74.20
1971
69.00
1 Represents direct premiums and direct losses, including adjustment expenses.
 Q 78 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1971
Fidelity
Surety
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
916
1,188
3,264
100
415
700
586
7,623
468
599
27,792
1,508
154,514
17,249
—182
10,991
21,929
14
240,287
31,855
25,847
13,366
5,242
1,631
112
7,821
—1,679
$
—1,200
397
$
1,208
49,072
—1,131
$
3,476
3,980
38
1,500
Alliance Assurance Co. T.trl.
1,068
293
5,805
6,365
985
102,551
391,613
157,285
2,461
6,384
2,758
744
—60
53,272
104,091
2,833
12,428
4,815
—515
529
5,348
38,199
418
7,249
—5,627
76,710
801,355
32
25
228
35,761
2,837
34,650
9,876
—2,693
2,228
54
2,025
10,282
—4,446
—20,705
387
25
6,335
7,097
676
430
266,659
1,661
1,649
22,390
91,521
610
525
2,335
18,739
61
37,595
308
2,193
81
4,843
—2,769
14,166
—30
—26
—169
6,720
—14,539
21,594
111
8,786
8,464
165
1,798
1,449
1,951
454
1,466
13,975
3,595
8,036
—18
3,212
3,295
1,901
—20
39,587
13,253
453
208
5,517
921
665
1,017
2,374
8,200
5,874
2
448
—500
—11,276
—10,853
—195
—451
—436
—124
133,616
2,275
12,401
1,895
329
619
3,015
36,446
281
9,926
180
188
—5,144
445
72
22,444
	
134
—183
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd.. ~
794
1,183
2,606
—200
949
-130
1,525
2,780
—575
-615
—2,202
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's 	
22,088
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971 Q 79
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1971—Continued
Fidelity
Surety
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
1,131
7,169
3054
2,463
300
286
8,186
13,547
55
3,173
2,287
995
21,394
4,570
941
1,290
2
3,679
941
281
$
—21,294
1,861
288
$
2,433
7,898
4,474
3,149
859
995
15,147
3,327
30
17,501
2,087
13,481
13,851
105
34,248
1,729
6,490
6,457
—7,690
10,129
26,674
570,397
884
5,221
824
8.368
291,370
287
$
50
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd.   	
—100
—600
984
650
—1,261
—36
—1
—320
72,353
58
2,359
—486
1,074
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co.  	
247
2,032
3,004
21,940
48
—675
9,937
63,202
4,667
730
63
38,889
30
50
6,580
4,015
3,269
467
672
14,539
707
171
—2,910
20,344
—1,000
82
—1,000
11,156
1,566
60
Totals 	
935,907
285,563
2.520,822
967,159
 Q 80 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1971—Continued
Liability
Boiler and Machinery
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
15,062
75,725
74,538
$
—540
2,552
41,978
36
$
744
104
$
89,472
610
—580
27,293
15,505
133,989
5,748
27,882
4,328
440,054
3,692
8,842
3,450
1,734
15,412
17,999
16,269
5,243
23,648
798
488,773
1,309
162,916
65,348
67,902
37,817
2,539
231,470
41,404
1,404,744
1,056
3,808
221,034
9,027
—5
101,726
—735
255,774
55,256
15,900
—17,909
-539
293,339
7,117
1,262,177
221
1,132
48,887
2,646
1,200
8,556
430
1,069
6,009
540
825
133,422
—29
119,470
—999
—100,092
431,932
41,689
955
131,413
6,009
66,998
66,862
—11
17,295
—661
55,929
—9
23,802
14,301
1,270
Cnmmi.rc-an.ninn Assurance Cn  T.trl
1,384
—8,705
271,050
118,660
21,011
3,410
168,160
68,413
73,097
114,306
380
45,399
15,678
42,038
1,074
146
3,511
80,119
89,329
14,871
334,646
661,320
7,157
310
202
1,456
5,710
—2,528
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd  .
4,200
457
25,373
10,225
71,778
38,315
5,722
213
829
5,206
75,928
Fidelity * C-mi-lfy Cn  nf New Ynrlr
—84
28,648
90,073
—2
12,270
37,648
180,624
—3,412
189,972
176,165
43,546
14,322
110,356
—103
50,240
423
2,872
13,439
203,956
32,735
53,844
71,149
—667
5,538
22,290
160,195
520,598
59,682
134
757
762
2,813
366,214
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971 Q 81
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1971—Continued
Liability
Boiler and Machinery
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
17,832
36
85,720
183,339
9,455
125,435
—4
95,837
57,529
3,296
160,177
62,979
12,729
8
16,420
10,614
9,516
$
10,681
$
$
.
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd 	
84,991
95,937
2,602
118,681
—1,277
9,473
118,580
1,539
189,334
15,188
1,918
2,949
11,546
343
1,583
1,840
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada 	
1,804
1,634
573
25,688
957
1,088
378
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada  	
947
5,924
62,719
11,580
10,127
48,213
5,104
12,692
18,889
13,932
1,701
2,500
33,452
42
56,342
10,383
19,528
18,073
1,383
5
647,336
26,535
189,761
14,084
18,575
1,838
1,390
16,687
19,481
177,630
3,877
2,704
28,411
204
151,933
2,994
271,032
National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Association
Ltd
1,537
3,166
—20,799
39,184
6,379
23,669
8,986
20,639
—6,775
—4,210
2,956
124,306
13,335
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's     .
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd 	
1,564
3,807
18,223
—171
58,377
1,350
2,085
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd 	
1,402
2,990
23,323
3,316
20,000
20,905
150,647
1,005
19,093
128,100
67,082
283,255
138,820
234,423
24,171
3,655
3,484
2,949
388,214
23,475
10,010
29,284
22,278
32,480
15,296
—5,539
8,315
51,968
59,895
217,118
78,507
291,462
11,116
—478
—1,029
528
17,033
35,630
2,720
17,846
6,521
65
19,659
1,009
790
—961
231,359
15,340
2,077
827
349
158
Switzerland General Insurance Co. Ltd.
21,952
4,838
9,783
265,684
2,124
300,548
108
109,928
201,629
43
1,641
42,666
Unigard Mutual Insurance Co  . 	
 Q 82 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1971—Continued
Liability
Boiler and Machinery
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
316,249
115,017
65,407
735
94
26,413
104,723
10,694
116,738
31,097
714
133,648
$
200,184
67,917
33,158
115
100
—15,463
—12,950
24,701
2,009
261
86,096
$
8,224
$
-50
9,272
335
2,392
—100
10,808
5
Totals                      	
10,036,447
6,614,501
2,053,329
1,701,426
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971 Q 83
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1971—Continued
Aircraft
Marine
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
$
$
23,131
129,816
—15
$
3,416
4
111,938
4,529
123,299
96,742
62,563
733,265
25,495
1,956,072
33,341
44,295
74,318
22,312
1,805,099
10,741
22,688
5,538
5,065
85,757
43,084
1,171,752
14,942
662,962
52,795
10,570
19,822
63,518
13,349
401,151
7,795
54,018
12,506
217,410
10,533
301,932
22,484
42,143
433,642
21,842
6,199
63,903
7,496
1,028
26,051
863
330,696
82,686
89,794
86,126
18,156
151,139
40
—262
54,439
29,572
39,917
233,919
79,302
5,403
6,175
265,544
26,506
27
12,072
208,052
3,903
1,429
49,258
17,306
56,050
14,334
1,028
5,236
167,333
—8,369
178,896
133
—1,428
62,614
55,488
255
—5,773
—2,124
—3,951
10,744
—13,804
24,284
	
5,700
25,456
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's	
2,553,301
631,671
108,156
82,204
	
12,011
509,842
71,061
19,724
217,373
295,865
27,040
3,887
649,746
—30
1,426,744
311,437
5,734
13,456
146,342
48,336
50,404
5,472
7,266
28,972
269,100
53,450
613,588
3,156
397,547
521,626
33,966
161,577
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd.
Royal Exchange Assurance                                               ....
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada	
27,136
2,749
30,482
67,513
43,901
250
89
62,936
517,787
167,873
—18
1,319
83,353
—9,987
17,165
32,440
116,083
5,626
417
19,868
—452
1,016
501,153
111,310
1
36,376
 Q 84 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1971—Continued
Aircraft
Marine
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
81,080
$
2,855
$
$
128,829
9,989
11,243
—5,637
83,335
363,286
40,135
30,620
9,422
Totals                                                                   	
8,487,188
4,130,543
7,397,727
3,285,464
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971 Q 85
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR 1971—Continued
Name of Insurer
Personal Accident and Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Acadia Insurance Co	
Aetna Insurance Co.	
Aetna Life Insurance Co..
Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd	
Allstate Insurance Co. of Canada	
American Banker's Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
American Casualty Co...
American Health & Life Insurance Co-
American Home Assurance Co	
Beaver Insurance Co	
British America Assurance Co 	
British Aviation Insurance Co. Ltd...
British Pacific Life Insurance Co	
Canada Accident & Fire Assurance Co-
Canada Health & Accident Assurance Corporation-
Canada Life Assurance Co 	
Canada Security Assurance Co  - 	
Canadian Indemnity Co  	
Canadian Premier Life Insurance Co 	
Capital Life Insurance Co., The	
Casualty Co. of Canada-
Citadel Insurance Co. of Canada Ltd.....
Combined Insurance Co. of America.—
Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd..
Confederated Life Insurance Co 	
Continental Assurance Co.  	
Continental Casualty Co 	
Continental Insurance Co	
Co-operative Fire & Casualty Co..
Crown Life Insurance Co	
Cuna Mutual Insurance Society	
Cumis Insurance Society Inc..
Desjardins Mutual Life Assurance Co-
Dominion Insurance Corporation _
Dominion Life Assurance Co	
Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co...
Eagle Star Insurance Co. of Canada	
Eaton, T., Life Assurance Co	
Economical Mutual Insurance Co 	
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd.-
Empire Life Insurance Co-
English & American Insurance Co. Ltd	
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States	
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Canada	
Excelsior Life Insurance Co	
Federal Life & Casualty Co..
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York-
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co	
Fireman's Insurance Co. of Newark, New Jersey..
Fraser Valley Mutual Insurance Co	
General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada... —
General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd-
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada	
Globe Life Insurance Co  	
Great American Insurance Co -  - 	
Great Eastern Insurance Co	
Great-West Life Assurance Co _ 	
Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd-
Guardian Insurance Co. of Canada-
Guildhall Insurance Co. of Canada...
Halifax Insurance Co  	
Hartford Fire Insurance Co 	
Hudson Bay Insurance Co..
Imperial Guarantee & Accident Insurance of Canada-
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada-
Income Disability & Reinsurance Co. of Canada-
Industrial Indemnity Co...
Insurance Co. of North America	
Insurance Corporation of Ireland Ltd.	
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co...
$
3,090
164
799,051
14,788
37,548
8,484
7,714
1,124
279,639
967
3,256
15,045
187,835
9,101
292,853
1,116,733
194
131
28,787
23,989
139
—944
786,976
115,339
1,624,221
1,340
2,199,252
86,373
47,474
5,631,510
12,237
111
13
135,969
154,601
9,332
7,028
307,691
148
15,832
236,194
—151
89,570
28,030
843,859
316,529
5,237
731
5,157
126,647
4,293
62
764
262
1,318
663
3,373,110
10,321
46,360
13,521
5,538
1,775
300
7,944
185,559
560,638
5,099
80,451
148
22,830
1,896
44,521
895,317
25,073
24,234
119
11,963
-139
20,744
479
79,597
-214
132,088
585,214
11,097
2,880
155
—7
260,161
35,886
1,260,628
75
1,591.520
42,308
55,715
4,107,998
6,415
30,326
111,906
8,483
280,403
"'a6',193
130,363
15,070
800,523
233,274
8,806
5,594
8,778
79,185
279
2,509,413
1,643
-690
4,245
1,410
400
-2~92~1
87,487
360,234
50,115
—18,499
19,732
 Q 86 BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS AND LOSSES FOR  1971—Continued
Name of Insurer
Personal Accident and Sickness
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Laurier Life Insurance Co  	
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. ._ 	
Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. Ltd.
London & Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd 	
London & Midland General Insurance Co 	
London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Ltd	
London Assurance   	
London Life Insurance Co  _	
Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co.	
Lumbermen's Mutual Casualty Co	
Maccabees Mutual Life Insurance Co	
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co.- 	
Maryland Casualty Co    _	
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co  	
Ministers Life & Casualty Union	
Montreal Life Insurance Co.  	
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada  —
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York 	
Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co 	
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada 	
New York Life Insurance Co 	
Niagara Fire Insurance Co   	
Non-Marine Underwriters, member of Lloyd's.—
North America Life & Casualty Co 	
North American Life Assurance Co.	
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. Ltd—
Northern Assurance Co. Ltd. 	
Northern Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
North West Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd	
Occidental Life Insurance Co. of California	
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Ltd.
Old Republic Life Insurance Co  _	
Paul Revere Life Insurance Co  	
Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd    _ 	
Pennsylvania Life Insurance Co  _.
Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd 	
Protective Association of Canada __ 	
Provident Life & Accident Insurance Co	
Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd   _ 	
Prudential Insurance Co. of America	
Quebec Assurance Co. 	
Queensland Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Royal Exchange Assurance	
Royal General Insurance Co. of Canada	
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd 	
Safeco Life Insurance Co  .
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co	
Scottish Canadian Assurance Corporation	
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co.	
Seaboard Life Insurance Co _. 	
Security Mutual Casualty Co. 	
State Farm Fire & Casualty Co 	
Sun Insurance Office Ltd  	
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada 	
Transportation Insurance Co   .—
Travelers Insurance Co   	
Travelers Life Insurance Co. of Canada...
Union Insurance Society of Canton Ltd..
Underwriters National Assurance Co	
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co 	
Unigard Mutual Insurance Co	
Union Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada	
United American Insurance Co 	
Western Assurance Co 	
Western Life Assurance Co  	
Western Union Insurance Co   	
Zurich Insurance Co  _   	
Totals...
10,903
448
515
3,404
558,628
127
19,807
1,339,214
269,159
11,560
290
88,126
400,811
1,006,173
3,889
7,450
845,293
198,772
895,726
841,636
268,341
114,847
53,585
163,794
30,973
52,268
354
68,992
2,213
374,441
3,593
142,932
273,504
5,997
4,042
12,743
11,255
810
78,329
949,346
171
387,101
9,851
17,384
86,549
11.454
22,773
1,135
128,860
5,295
784
59,314
1,428,655
81,984
1,662,420
1,782
10.158
28,736
386,284
5,426
195,509
3,935
7,201
4,870
134
647,702
...
30
29,313
—722
1,225,203
111,940
—17,321
48,899
292,528
912,516
3,877
10,470
535,103
103,680
499,934
791,130
280,696
—6,677
22,010
4,691
119,305
5,417
22,176
571
18,567
—1,010
333,238
750
66,475
88,642
1,577
7,559
43,903
417,347
431
333,391
643
—183
6,384
3,737
—79
65,377
517
103
1,083,902
78,261
1,517,525
556
—33
401,786
12,513
47,288
108
1,327
916
621,910
34,250,065       |      24,091,211
 REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE, 1971 Q 87
TABLE IX—MISCELLANEOUS PREMIUMS  AND  LOSSES FOR  1971—Continued
Credit
Title
Name of Insurer
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
Net
Premiums
Written
Net
Losses
Incurred
$
21,601
$
20,609
$
6,651
$
-32
Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation   .	
44,704
56,293
72
-5
37,591
	
Totals                                 	
77,929
58,200
51,355
 Q 88
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TABLE X—OTHER INSURANCE  (TABLE IX)   SUMMARY
(000's omitted)
Class of Insurance
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
Property, P.i	
Property, L.	
Fire, P	
Fire, L 	
Personal property, P  .	
Personal property, L.	
Real property, P  	
Real property, L.	
Earthquake, P  	
Earthquake, L.	
Inland transportation, P.	
Inland transportation, L 	
Theft, P	
Theft, L 	
Forgery, P	
Forgery, L	
Windstorm, P  	
Windstorm, L  	
Boiler and machinery, P	
Boiler and machinery, L	
Plate glass,P	
Plate glass, I	
Guarantee (fidelity and surety), P..
Guarantee (fidelity and surety), L.
Liability, P  	
Liability, L    	
Personal accident and sickness, P..
Personal accident and sickness, L-
Aircraft, P  	
Aircraft, L	
Marine, P	
Marine, L	
Hail, P	
Had, L	
Other forms, P	
Other forms, L	
Totals, P	
Totals, L	
.977
,718
743
506
737
.419
132
.435
723
957
592
11
3
18
5
324
,198
588
291
736
254
337
603
130
341
645
591
574
611
6
-19
346
30
31,149
15,525
10,149
6,080
4,178
1,919
127
1,005
692
948
571
13
1
—7
1
935
154
580
339
2,044
535
6,797
3,623
22,601
15,988
3,061
1,563
4,496
2,925
55
22
307
29
38,033
25,218
13,023
8,050
3,557
1,919
168
3
1,435
783
1,103
801
27
1
4
3
1,953
1,058
449
319
2,700
778
7,486
6,442
22,295
16,438
4,142
4,557
6,245
3,295
6
271
66
40,943
29,846
14,832
8,869
3,682
519
134
1,701
633
1,237
933
20
3
2
2,625
313
726
504
2,458
985
9,006
4,457
27,295
20,715
6,490
2,466
5,790
2,356
3
2
215
60
1,696
8,435  | 103,059
78,924
52,349
2,053
1,701
3,457
1,253
10,036
6,615
34,250
24,091
8,487
4,131
7,398
3.285
129
58
117,159
144,734
49,967
_L
69,725  |  72,661      93,483
P.—Premiums.   L.—Losses.
i Property insurance in 1971 includes fire and other coverages not shown in 1971 as separate class.
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1973
830-173-445

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